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Homer’s Iliad is one of the most famous works of Bronze Age Greece. Its date and composition, however, is one of the academically controversial. Recently, a group of researchers at the University of Reading applied the same techniques to researching genetic evolution (using … Continue reading
A team of linguists and computer scientists from America and Sweden have cracked one of the oldest, undeciphered codes in history: the Copiale Cipher. The hand-written work is more than 100 pages in length and is a combination of symbols … Continue reading
National Geographic has an amazing article today about the evolution of our understanding of Maya hieroglyphs. Our understanding of maya hieroglyphs is constantly evolving and has a special place in archaeological theory.